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On this page are a number of pictures of some hot air powered
fans based on a Sterling engine, which were sent to us by Alan
Willms of 137 West 40th Avenue, San Mateo, California 94403. Alan
writes, ‘These fans were produced in Germany for underdeveloped
countries and urban areas where there was no electricity available.
They were made from about 1903-1918. They won’t blow you over,
but they do provide a gentle breeze. I realize these are not gas
engines, but they are engines of sorts, anyway.’

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